Sticker Stalker and Two Truths and a Lie are both fun party games that are appropriate for people of various ages. Musical Chairs and Freeze Dance are both fun and energetic party games that involve music and physical activity.
When playing Sticker Stalker, every party guest receives an equal amount of stickers. Their challenge is to get rid of all of their stickers by secretly sticking them on other guests. Any guest who catches another guest in the act can place one of his or her own stickers on that guest. The first person to get rid of all of his or her stickers wins the game.
For Two Truths and a Lie, party guests take turns presenting three statements about themselves, one of which must be a lie. Party guests then try to determine which statement is the lie for each person.
Musical Chairs is the classic game that requires party guests to circle around a group of chairs that are facing outwards. They must have one less chair than the amount of players. One person is in control of starting and then stopping the music. When the music stops, everyone must scramble to find a chair. The person who fails to get a chair is eliminated.
Freeze dance requires party guests to dance while music is playing, but when it stops, they must freeze. Anyone who does not freeze right when the music stops is eliminated. The last person left on the dance floor wins the game.